The Spirits by Richard Godwin
Of all the skills you might acquire in life, the ability to make a good cocktail will never be a waste of time.
No lover will complain when you present them with a well-iced Negroni as they walk through your door; no house-guest will complain about a round of Gin Sours.
'To cocktail' was coined as a verb by F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1928. This guide embodies that Golden Age spirit while giving it a thoroughly modern makeover.
Expressly structured for the amateur, remind yourself how much pleasure there is in cocktailing at home.